Morvarid means “pearl” in Turkish. In the work, we see a spherical, illuminated pearl, which is full of richness and peace and needs to be protected. The pearl is in the arms of a creature which has a protective role. On this creature, made with a different pattern, there is the line which means “Let’s sow nothing but love and affection in this holy land” by Mevlana, featured in calligraphic form with a mysterious figure. This meaning of the line by Mevlana is mysterious; how deep it may be understood depends on a person’s own spiritual depth. Just as it may be expressed with one sentence, it may also not be enough to write a book on it. This figure protects Morvarid. For people, it is possible to protect their existence with the protectiveness of their soul. For the soul to be maintained good, richer and protected better and to prevent evil from getting into the soul, we may take the line which means “Let’s sow nothing but love and affection in this holy land” from a Mevlana poem as our starting point. Morvarid cannot live on its own; it needs to be protected.